If you have a water pump that needs servicing or repair, we can take care of it for you at Pump Solutions Australasia. We can repair all pumps, from the smallest submersible pumps to the largest industrial or wastewater pumps. So, how do you know if your pump does need to be repaired or serviced? There are too many to count.
How to Detect Pump Problems
Even the smallest departure from normal service can become a big problem if it isn’t fixed. For example, if your pump keeps tripping the circuit breaker, it is a sign that it has already broken down to a point of being inefficient and drawing too much power. If your pump has any leakage, it should be addressed immediately.
If a pump becomes noisy to a point of “noise pollution,” it means there is a serious problem. If you allow a pump to get to a point where it stops working, repairs will probably be more expensive than if you had addressed them earlier. This can also cause a lot more downtime than routine maintenance and servicing would have.
A silent pump that doesn’t work may be an interruption in the power supply. A pump that buzzes when it is turned on can be an indication of a break somewhere within the motor.
Most pumps are in two stages. There is an impeller or similar mechanism that moves the fluids. It is attached to a motor that supplies the power. Either of those can become faulty if not maintained and monitored on a regular basis.
Your Solution: Pump Solutions Australasia
At Pump Solutions Australasia, we offer full service solutions for any pumps, from the smallest residential pump to the largest wastewater, medical or mining application. We can repair and maintain pumps in our Wangara facility or we can provide onsite repair and maintenance.
To learn more or for an appointment, call us today: 1300 793 418.